GAP Photos Leading supplier of garden and plant photography
Garden Media Guild Professional body for garden photographers, writers and broadcasters
Professional Garden Photographers' Association The leading source of specialist plant & garden photographers, showcasing the work of over 100 professional garden photographers
gARTen Design Sara Gadd, garden designer based in Cornwall whose garden I shot for Country Homes and Interiors magazine. See my feature in the August 2015 issue of Country Homes and Interiors
Windy Hall A wonderful Cumbrian garden above Windermere that opens for the National Gardens Scheme and even has a cosy holiday cottage for rent. See my feature in the May 2015 issue of The English Garden
National Gardens Scheme Charity that raises millions of pounds a year from garden visiting, publisher of the famous Yellow Book
Forde Abbey Historic and beautiful Dorset garden with an inspirational walled kitchen garden, bursting with veg and flowers in summer and autumn. See my web gallery here.
International Garden Photographer of the Year Annual competition and exhibition showcasing the best garden photography
Dyffryn Fernant Garden Very special Pembrokeshire garden created by Christina Shand and David Alum. See my feature on the garden in the September 2014 issue of Country Living
Westonbury Mill Water Gardens Beautiful, watery wonderland in the Welsh Marches complete with a series of follies including a water powered cuckoo clock and a dome made of 5,000 empty wine bottles.
Nant y Bedd Garden Deep in the Brecon Beacons a magical naturalistic garden surrounded by mature conifer forest made by Sue and Ian Mabberley including a gorgeous natural swimming pond. Visit their blog to get a taste of what they do and how they do it.
Barn House Garden Kate Patel's blog about the garden she and husband Hitesh have created over the past eleven years, full of big bold grasses, bamboos and clipped box. She has a wonderful way of describing plants and has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and expertise in how to use them successfully. I've shot the garden twice, once in winter and once late spring.